New Historical Fiction Focuses on Family Relationships with Romance, Drama and Small Town Life

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‘Love at the Soda Fountain’ follows an empty-nest mother learning to let go of her children

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A mother living in the 1960s must learn how to let go of her children and find a new beginning in Rose Ash’s fun tale of love, friendship and the challenges of life, “Love at the Soda Fountain” (published by Archway Publishing).

Young adults falling in love in small towns must deal with trials and tribulations through the worries and concerns of their overprotective parents. Elizabeth frets when her daughter Sarah elopes with Robert who Elizabeth believes has a questionable background. Her other daughter, Brenda begins a whirlwind romance with Harry, an airman who is based in the United Kingdom. Sarah and Brenda share a strong bond as they navigate creating their own lives.

“I want readers to enjoy the small town characters and story,” Ash says. She hopes her book teaches readers about “the importance of family, friends, and the communities we live in.”

The book is available for purchase at:

“Love at the Soda Fountain”
By Rose Ash
Hardcover | 5.5 x 8.5 in | 268 pages | ISBN 9781480874718
Softcover | 5.5 x 8.5 in | 268 pages | ISBN 9781480874701
E-Book | 268 pages | ISBN 9781480874725
Available at Amazon and Barnes & Noble

About the Author
Rose Ash was raised in Connecticut, studied at the University of Connecticut and the University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill, and has a background in pharmacy. She currently lives in Chapel Hill, North Carolina. She loves visiting soda fountains, especially the one in the North Carolina Museum of History. “Love at the Soda Fountain” is her first book of historical fiction.

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